Category Archive: Cause

John Legend Wins MAJOR Points for Empowering Video

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Cue the goosebumps!  John Legend has outdone himself and has found a beautiful way to empower women not only with his music, but with his newest music video for You & I. The Music… Continue reading

Health Startup Helps Women Get Easy Answers to Tough Questions

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    Is peeing after intercourse really going to help me prevent a urinary tract infection? How do I tell him I don’t want to have sex without making him lose interest in… Continue reading

The March Forth on 3/4 That Helped Change The Way We Invest In Consumer Products

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In recent years, much attention has been paid to the products we consume and the ingredients used to produce them. Thanks to the likes of The Honest Company (non-toxic household products) and Leaping… Continue reading

Winning in Life with Pat Summitt

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Lewis Howes asks the question “what is your definition of greatness” to all his interviewees. We all have greatness in us, and some show it more than others. Pat Summitt was a woman… Continue reading

It’s Official: A Woman Will Replace Hamilton on the $10 Bill

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In the past few months, rumors have been buzzing about a woman replacing one of the faces on the United States currency. Some thought it was going to be Harriet Tubman, many thought… Continue reading

The Truth about Sexual Crimes

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The news thrives on scandal, especially sexual scandal. Although a great portion of this news is just trashy celebrity gossip, there are always horrible stories that surface about sex crimes. And, as many… Continue reading

Emma Watson Invites Men To End Gender Inequality With #HeForShe

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This week, all eyes are on Emma Watson. In her role as the United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador, the 24 year old addressed delivered a moving speech on September 21st launching the HeForShe… Continue reading

Recent Studies Shine Light on the Oscars’ and Hollywood’s Diversity and Inclusion Crisis

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Ahead of the 2016 Oscars, the Women’s Media Center, which conducts research and advocates for women in the media, released a study showing that only 19% of Oscar nominations for non-acting roles have gone to… Continue reading

Three Takeaways from a UN Human Rights Group Visit to the U.S.

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After a recent trip, a United Nations group for women’s rights declared they’d seen “unprecedented hostile stereotyping of women,” “increasingly restrictive legislative measures” along with “violent attacks to prevent women’s access to exercise… Continue reading

Sudara: The Clothing Company that is Changing Women’s Lives in India

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“…the United States State Department, the United Nations and India’s Human Rights Commission have all identified India as a major hub in the international sex trade, a global phenomenon that may involve upwards… Continue reading